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overseas, and sell from there, we won't tax you. but if do you it here or in detroit, then we're going to tax the heck out of you and that's just wrong and something that romney wants to fix and obama doesn't. >> kevin, i'm canadian, we come from a country with low corporate tax rate. you know i'm not arguing with your premise. >> right. >> i do not dispute 12 million jobs can be created in four years. i'm wondering how fast you can turn this around and here's the added thing. lot of the forecasts about how fast the u.s. economy is going to grow next year and the year after have to do with, you know, some of this uncertainty that i hammer away on, on my show and some of this ill functioning congress, some of it's got to do with those storm clouds from europe. >> sure t absolutely does. europe is a big problem, but i kind of would ask you, what is barack obama doing about europe? what's his policy on that? i think that he's not really been a leader on economic policy and has created a lot more uncertainty. governor romney would be a leader. you mentioned you're from canada. i think it's
in philadelphia, detroit. they are all coming in with their own sense of, "my goal is 5000 jobs." i bet we can still get more mares to jump on board. so we are not done. we still have more to do. the fact that we can set this up through the department of labor, our own internet, and put this up and create a job bank, where we can interchange and work with our partners to make sure that employers can list the jobs and that young people can go on very easily and get more information. the point is that we need to have some structure for young people. young people right now and need this. our communities need it. we are able to do it, and we should be doing it. the president is strongly behind this effort. while we know we still need to do more, we need to talk about expanding programs year round for youth, for dislocated workers, and for our veterans. we have a lot of veterans coming home who are between the ages of 18 and 24. the qualify for these programs. some of them will come back with some challenging effects. they are going to need a lot of encouragement. i hope the business community step
bailed out detroit. they agree he passed the stimulus. that's where the clear choice comes. because all the republicans are saying is our country needed help, and look what balm did. obama did. well the democrats keep saying, our country needed help, and look what obama did! ( cheers and applause ) and, folks, and, folks, that vast distinction means this is not just the most important election of our lifetimes. it's actually the most important inflection of our lifetime. ( laughter ) back to you, stephen. thanks, stephen. that was good? ( laughter ) we'll be right back. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody, thank you very much. thank you. folks, i have to tell you as disturbing as watching the democrats destroy our country is, it is more upsetting to see it destroyed by friends. all week the democratic convention was a never-ending train of friends of the report. to name just a few-- first lady michelle obama. san antonio mayor julian castro. new york mayor corey booker. education secretary arne duncan. singer/songwriter james taylor. even the symbol of our cou
and she brought the fight right to them. the whole argument with detroit was we rebuilt it. not this phoney you didn't built it. we rebuilt it and mitt would have killed it. she articulated it better than anyone including ted strickland. >> eliot: there were a lot of good speeches but jennifer listed state by state how many jobs were saved when mitt romney was basically saying not our problem, capital is doing fine. my bank account in the cayman islands is looking just fine. we're not worried about uaw workers in detroit. nothing gives more texture to this campaign than that. >> and jobless rates was above 8%. i'd like to see someone come out and say a few things, but someone saying we were losing 750,000 jobs until the stimulus put into effect. >> eliot: the reality is that the republicans are going to create a false comparison. they're going to say back when ronald reagan was president or bill clinton was president unemployment was down 5%. when barack obama came in, we were losing 750,000 jobs a month. >> you can have high unemployment and raise taxes. >> those are freed
that he is leading the state and he turned his back on 400 state workers. he had to get his new detroit international bridge built. host: thanks. next up is the clinton township, michigan. annette has identified herself as stopped looking. tell us a little bit about your experience. caller: i live in the suburbs. most jobs do not hire minorities. i went to detroit and the work for about seven years. i went to school the whole time i was there. i have the document. i was a manager and they laid me off. gannett that is all i care about. it is going to be -- once i finish my teaching dissertation. >> when it comes to the demographics from the labor report amongst -- defined by race it says for those that identify as white -- hispanic is 10.2%. four categories when it comes to age. that is teenagers. unemployment rate for them when it comes to august host: tell us about the job you are looking for. caller: am currently working on my master's. i got a job offer in and the york. and i was laid off from that position. currently, i am finding out that -- i am african american. i am finding out
mitt romney did say let detroit go bankrupt, who took the wheel? barack obama. in ohio. 150,000 job in the great state of michigan. 211 american jobs all across america. the best manufacturing is rebounding. why? lori: giving her, let's call it spirited nature, her comments are drawing comparisons to another notorious democrat. >> oregon and washington and michigan, and then we go to washington d.c. to take back the white house. lori: he's not running for office, at least not now. and the federal government apparently really wants us to prepare for us on the apocalypse . the department of homeland security hosting an online seminar about the importance of preparing for a zombie invasion. they also lost a public-service campaign morning about as on the pandemic. it is all tongue-in-cheek, but the idea is americans are prepared for is on the attack. we will all be prepared for real disaster or an emergency. plenty of water, nonperishable foods and emergency flight slots. , the american election debate endorsing in praising one of the two major party contenders. which is it and why? th
activity that's been out to the west. the front itself is still back in indiana and approaching detroit right now. it will be coming through tonight. it will be moving through rammedly. there's such a difference in the air mass behind it. much dryer, cooler behind it. that contrast will help fire things off this afternoon and this evening as far as storm activity is concerned. in the tropical atlantic, it's a little far north but we have tropical storm leslie. it's been stalled over the same area. in fact, it's stirring up the waters, beginning to cool the water underneath it which is keeping it from strengthening. looks like leslie will pass east of bermuda over the next few days and still a hurricane further east out in the atlantic ocean. none of those affect our weather. but with that front approaching, showers and thunderstorms in our forecast this afternoon. some could be strong to severe. if it's not raining, it will be a mick of sun and clouds this morning and generally overcast this afternoon. 83 to 88 the high temperature today. the yellow shaded area here from new england rig
detroit go bankrupt. this president saved the american auto industry and it's coming back strong. >> the american auto industry is not just surviving, it's thriving. >> this is the president who saved the american auto industry from extinction. >> sean: what was never mentioned is that more than $25 billion in loans will never be repaid and $15 billion when you talk about gmac, meaning that you the taxpayer will be stuck with the bill. why did g.m. deserve the bailout? it's the unions. big labor has been a big supporter of the anointed one. this is the president, returning that favor. joining me to expose the untold story about the auto bailout, the author of the best sellir, number 1, obama's america. 2016, you are going to -- you are going to surpass al gore's, you know, what that was global warming fiasco. >> this is a big weekend for the film. "an inconvenient truth." that will be a very inconvenient truth for al gore. it will surpass his film and sicko and bowling for clum bine. >> sicko, that was the auto biography. >> self description. by monday, we will be the second most
called let detroit go bankrupt. you know, if he had his way, devastation would have cascaded from michigan to ohio and across the nation. >> reporter: the missing context, romney never said we should abandon the auto makers. he felt bankruptcy was a better way to help them reorganize than a government bailout would be. former president bill clinton spoke about the 66 million jobs created since 1961 and which party's president's were in office for most of the growth. >> the republicans held the white house 28 years. the democrats 24. so, what's the job score? republicans 24 million, democrats 42. >> reporter: his numbers are right, but the economy is a very big force over which president's exert limited influence. sometimes they inherit good ones, sometimes bad ones. they warn of giving one party too much credit or blame. in his big address, president obama boasted about the push toward energy independence boosting production, cutting oil imports. >> today, the united states of america is less dependent on foreign oil than at anytime in the last two decades. >> it's true and he can
, and the intervention in detroit, and in the auto industry, look, we know that in fact, intervention was a loss for the american taxpayer, didn't create wealth as promised and two choices investors must make as well. should the government play a role, or one approaches it as hands off and actually letting the private sector create wealth for this country. >> jamie: last question, i only have 15 seconds. is there anything really that the fed hasn't tried? >> well, they are going to try more quantitative easing, and bonds, and interest rates, haven't had an impact so far. one impact it could have is inflation a few months or years down the line. >> jamie: the qe, 1, 2-- i tell kelly is sounds like a cruise. >> thanks so much jonathan hoenig, always great to have you here. >> thanks jame why. >> kelly: there are reports that tens of millions of americans have uncontrolled high blood pressure and don't know it. coming up, who is at risk? the doctor is in. you want to make sure it goes up and stays up. [ chirp ] with android apps, you get better quality control. so our test flights are less stressfu
proposal turned into a rescue mission in michigan. this detroit area couple was taking a canoe trip near lake huron last saturday when nathan bluestein proposed to his girl friend and she accepted. heavy waves started pushing them further from shore. they were unable to paddle back and were stranded on north island. they called 911. police used gps to track them down. >> i think it's a good sign. i think it's a sign that together and with god that we'll get through anything and if this is the worst thing that's going to happen in our life in, our marriage, it's going to be awesome. our life will be awesome together. >> the couple plans to invite the two officers who rescued them to their wedding. >>> it was an unusual call for help. montgomery county firefighters were sent to sugarloaf mountain vineyard this morning after a man was found unconscious in a bin. the bin is 10 feet deep where workers separate grapes from the vines. after 25 minutes firefighters managed to pull the man out and he was flown to baltimore trauma center for treatment of life threatening injuries. an investigation
months. coming in at number five, i can't believe i said that, the defensive tackle for the detroit lions, 36 million. this despite getting suspended without pay for two games after stopping of the arm of the packers player. member for, arizona cardinals larry fitzgerald earns more off the field than any other non quarterback in the country with total earnings of $36 million. it's the era think. number three, riven star defensive lineman raking in over 37 million. the denver broncos paid manning, four time in the peak topped product endorsers. 10 million off the field. 42 million overall. and the number one highest-paid player, drew breeze. rakes in nearly $50 million a year. well, coming up next in the wish i could play football. coming up next, does it matter for your money who is in the white house? don't focus on red or blue. focus on the green. and high profile. it's causing a diplomatic incident. that's next. want to try to crack it? yeah, that's the way to do it! now we need a little bit more... a little bit more vanilla? this is great! [ male announcer ] at humana, we believe ther
through his story. he supposedly models nathan detroit on it. this is a movie based on his death, downin .. 1934. which is starring spencer tracy, it would seem it would go against taxing. murray golden was enough. he is well-known to many interesting thing about when he dies his you'd think the headlines would say, arnold rothstein, shot. and the dislike, none of that. that is what way, way, way down if at all in the story, because he is so much involved with everything else. kaj: >> before we go to the call, david pietrusza, how contested was the 1960 democratic primary? >> that is interesting because it is still so very different from the process today. when you say primary, it is interesting, because we should bey. when you say primary, it is interesting, because we should be talking primaries. but in 1960, we are talking primaries roughly plural, they're two of them. two of consequence, zero consequence for the republicans. but the democratic primaries involve, or the wisconsin primaries, hubert humphrey versus john f. kennedy in the west virginia primary, same two contenders, and i
and dolls" which comes later, damon runnion supposedly models nathan detroit on him. and there's a movie which stars spencer tracy which seems to go against casting. but, yes, he is well known, and the interesting thing about when he dies. you would thick the headlines would say, arnold rothstein, shot, and it's like none of that. that is way, way, way down, if at all in the stories because he is so much more involved in everything else than that. ... >> before we go to the call, david pietrusza, how contested was the 1960 democratic primary? >> that is interesting because it is still so very different from the process today. when you say primary, it is interesting, because we should bey. when you say primary, it is interesting, because we should be talking primaries. but in 1960, we are talking primaries roughly plural, they're two of them. two of consequence, zero consequence for the republicans. but the democratic primaries involve, or the wisconsin primaries, hubert humphrey versus john f. kennedy in the west virginia primary, same two contenders, and it is almost like a stalking hor
of concreteness. take a look. >> i've met workers in detroit and toledo who felt they would never build another american car and today they can't build them fast enough because we reinve reinvented a dialing industry that's back on top of the world. i've worked with business leaders who are bringing jobs back to america not because our workers make less pay, because we make better products and work harder and smarter than anyone else. >> and that was the president talking about the auto rescue joe biden talked about it. he said there are two policies you should judge the record on. ordering the raid on osama bin lad about is compound and the gm. i want to bring in jerry bernstein, one of the people sitting in the room during much of the deliberations over how to deal with the economic crisis right after we take this break. . boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get t
for the day to get their share of action with the detroit fire department. the detroit fighters say the commissioners should focus on bringing back laid off firefighters. michael bloomberg wants kids to wear a uniform. he wants all public schools in the city to make their students wear uniforms. bloomberg initially proposed this back in 2001 but abandoned the idea a year later. those are your headlines. i like when kids wear uniforms. >> do you? >> it cuts out any of the problem in the morning what to wear. i like it. >> no more fights with my daughter. >> there you go. >> another way to parent. we have got an interesting story from california, folks. if you fear flying with your kids like camerota. an interesting approach by a couple with some 14 month old really cute kids. they figure apologize in advance to you will at customers, even handout goody bags in case your kids erupt mid flight. >> it's great. they were flying from san francisco -- they were flying from d.c. to san francisco the parents put together gift bags with candy and ear plugs inside of it has a message from the
president clinton and counselor to tim geithner. he is watching the detroit tigers when he is not watching the presidential race. gene and jessica thank you for being here. thank you for joining us. as we were discussing, this will be a very unusual transition regardless of who wins. let's say president obama is reelected. if the republicans insist on extending the entire bush tax cuts, would the president be willing to let the entire tax cut expired? >> i think the important thing to understand is that we think the time after the election is important. can we come together and make progress and a broad best -- broadbased agreement. this should be done in a way to protect the vulnerable. we need to do something and we need to come together and that meant there is a lot of people who understand that is the case. -- i think we should be looking at the post- election period as an opportunity. there is a gun to our heads and we need that as a country to make both sides calm and compromise. i believe the number one reason we have not been able to have that type of compromise is that a portion o
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